Adam Savage: How Do Simple Questions Lead To Big Discoveries? Mythbusters co-host Adam Savage talks about three people who inspired him to be curious: his dad, a former Earth-science teacher, and physicist Richard Feynman.
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How Do Simple Questions Lead To Big Discoveries?

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How Do Simple Questions Lead To Big Discoveries?

How Do Simple Questions Lead To Big Discoveries?

How Do Simple Questions Lead To Big Discoveries?

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Part 4 of the TED Radio Hour episode From Curiosity To Discovery.

About Adam Savage's TED Talk

Mythbusters co-host Adam Savage talks about three people who inspired him to be curious: his dad, a former Earth-science teacher, and physicist Richard Feynman.

About Adam Savage

Adam Savage, the co-host of MythBusters on the Discovery Channel. On the show, Savage and his co-host Jamie Hyneman put urban myths and rules of thumb to test in visceral, often hilarious ways. Savage is also a longtime special-effects artist. He's worked on films such as Galaxy Quest and the Matrix sequels, as well as Episodes I and II of the Star Wars series.